iOS Samples

Samples that show how to use Mobile Services as a backend for your iOS apps.

 

Sample: LensRocket

LensRocket is a demo application that shows how you can build a photo and video sharing social app using Azure Mobile Services, Blob Storage, and Notification Hubs. To learn more, check out the release announcement or try the app in the app store.

Sample: Authenticating to Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Twitter, or Custom Authentication with Mobile Services

This sample demonstrates how you can authenticate users to Facebook, Google, Microsoft, and Twitter in your iOS applications using Mobile Services. Additionally, it shows how to perform custom authentication, cache user tokens, as well as how to retry requests when user tokens expire.

Sample: Event Buddy

This sample is an event / session management tool. It enables you to view events and the sessions that correspond to those events. You also have the ability to add new events and sessions from the app. Finally the app lets you rate each session. This sample is also available for the other platforms.

Sample: Tic Tac Toe Leaderboard

This sample demonstrates how to make a simple leaderboard that is stored in Mobile Services and displayed in the application. The game in this application is Tic Tac Toe and each player's wins, losses, and ties are recorded and then shown on the scores screen.

Sample: Feedback

This sample shows an easy way to put a feedback form into an iOS application to capture feedback and store it in Mobile Services. In this scenario, the user can enter comments, their email address, and a 1 – 5 star rating before submitting their feedback. Additionally, this sample was generated so the files used to enter the feedback and send it to Mobile Services can be copied into a different iOS project with minimal effort.

Sample: Connecting to Storage

This sample demonstrates how you can make use of Azure Table and Blob Storage from an iOS app using Mobile Services as a proxy layer. This means you can securely access tables and blobs through Mobile Services instead of needing to store the storage account key in your client side code. This sample also shows how to generate a Shared Access Signature in your Mobile Service and return that to the iOS app which can then use it to safely upload an image to Blob Storage.